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SNORT - ERROR!  dnet header

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Trying to configure snort on a ubuntu 14.04.01 box, when I run ./configure it get the below error. Any idea's how to resolve this?

 ERROR!  dnet header not found, go get it from
   http://code.google.com/p/libdnet/ or use the --with-dnet-*
   options, if you have it installed in an unusual place


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You need to install libdnet

Try:
sudo apt-get install libdumbnet-dev

I do not use Ubuntu, so I just found that in a google search.
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